NAPNAP's Nominations Committee is now recruiting candidates for the 2018 election!

Available positions are president-elect, treasurer, three member-at-large openings and a Nominations Committee member. Read more about the process and available positions below, click on the position title for a full role description. Nominating yourself or a colleague is fast and easy, just submit a brief online form

The nominations deadline is September 29 so don't delay, act today!

The Process
  1. Review the role descriptions and nominate yourself or a colleague.
  2. Nominations Committee members will contact nominated individuals and ask them to complete an online candidate application, including letters of recommendation and a personal statement. Application deadline is October 6.
  3. The Nominations Committee reviews applications, CVs and references to create a list of potential candidates for Executive Board approval.  
  4. Upon approval, a staff liaison will work with candidates to collect campaign information and post it online for members to view.
  5. Candidates will also have the opportunity to actively campaign and connect with members at our 2018 national conference in Chicago.
  6. Voting-eligible members cast their ballots in March.
General Candidate Requirements/Recommendations
  1. Membership in NAPNAP for at least two years prior to election to office (REQUIRED).
  2. Active participation in chapter or SIG leadership, and/or national committees or work groups.
  3. Demonstrated commitment to children, nurse practitioners and NAPNAP's strategic goals.
  4. Willingness to commit the time and effort to carry out the duties of the position.
  5. Understanding of association operations, available resources and the nature of volunteerism.

Available 2018 Positions

President-elect: Serves a three-year term - one year each as president-elect, president and immediate past president.

Treasurer: Serves a two-year term. 

Member-at-large: Three people will be elected to two-year terms.

Nominations Committee Member: Serves a two-year term.